family breaks for Easter holidays in Ireland

10 Family Breaks for Easter Holidays – 2 Night Stays from €438

From Mayo to Meath, Clare to the Causeway Coast, I’ve got 10 great family breaks for Easter holidays to tempt you.

Whether you want hotels or holiday homes, Ireland’s Ancient East or the Wild Atlantic Way, this post has family breaks for Easter to suit all tastes and budgets. All accommodation listed is family friendly and recommended on TripAdvisor. 


I have priced these family breaks for Easter on various dates during the holiday period, but dates and durations can be changed, simply click on the links below, and edit the dates to suit your requirements. If you are looking to travel overseas for Easter weekend – check out this post:

Read: 12 breaks over Easter weekend, flights & hotels included

Some of these family breaks for Easter include my affiliate links – where I receive a small commission if a booking is made, but at no additional cost to you.



1. Mulranny Park Hotel Mayo: 2 Bedroom Apartment B&B, 3 Nights, €800

family breaks for Easter at Mulranny Park Hotel

Enjoy the benefits of self catering accommodation with the superb family friendly facilities at the Mulranny Park Hotel. Two-bedroom apartments sleep up to six, and there is a wide range of activities available over Easter holidays.


Choose from a Kids Club, Movie Nights ( there is a cinema room onsite ) a Seashore Safari, Animal Hunt and Fairy Trail, as well as full use of the Leisure Centre with kids pool. Adults are not overlooked either, with a choice of Spa treatments available, including seaweed baths

pool at Mulranny Park Hotel

And as well as plenty to do on site, Mulranny Beach and the Great Western Greenway are on your doorstep! Take time to visit Achill Island too and explore the film locations from the Banshees of Inisherin. If you prefer to take an organised tour, Achill Coaches have day trips available and will pick you up from the hotel too.


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Three-night breaks area available from €800 including breakfast, staying in a two-bedroom apartment that can accommodate 2 adults and 4 children. Family breaks are available throughout Easter holidays, but availability is limited from 7th – 10th of April.

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2. Riverside Park Hotel, Wexford: 2-Night Break B&B, 1 Dinner + Attraction Pass from €464

Family breaks in Wexford at Riverside Park Hotel at Easter

The Riverside Park Hotel in Wexford always offers great value family breaks for Easter holidays, and this year is no exception. We stayed here a few years ago and enjoyed its spacious rooms and family friendly facilities.


Prices are available from €464 for 2 adults and 2 children and include breakfast, a 4-Course meal for all the family on the evening of your choice, a family activity pass to one of Wexford’s top attractions, and lots more.

Read:  Top 10 things to do in Wexford with kids

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3. Midlands Park Hotel, Laois: 2-Night Break B&B, 1 Dinner + Attraction Pass from €507


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Enjoy a two-night family break at the highly rated Midlands Park Hotel this Easter from €507 for a family of four, or €578 for a family of five. We stayed here last year and were very impressed with its great dining options.


Price includes breakfast each day, a 4-course evening meal on the night of your choice, a family activity pass to one of the nearby top attractions, an Easter egg for the kids on arrival, and full access to the Leisure Centre.

Read: Family breaks at Midlands Park Hotel

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4. 5-star Intercontinental Hotel, Dublin: 1-Night from €480 Inc Champagne & €50 credit

family breaks at the Intercontinental Hotel, Dublin

The five-star Intercontinental Hotel is one of Dublin’s best 5-Star Resort hotels, so if you want to treat yourself and your family to a luxury break for Easter holidays, look no further. We had the pleasure of staying here last year and loved it spacious rooms and super service.


The Intercontinental’s Easter breaks include breakfast, a bottle of champagne for adults and luxury Easter eggs for kids, plus €50 credit to spend during your stay, access to the swimming pool, and complimentary car parking. Price for an overnight stay for 2 adults and 2 children is €480.

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5. Hotel Kilkenny: 1 Night break, B&B + Dinner from €235, 2-night breaks from €470 

Castlecomer Discovery Park, Kilkenny

Children under 12 stay for free and can enjoy free dining on all Easter breaks at Hotel Kilkenny. Facilities include a Leisure Club with family swimming facilities and play areas, as well as a Kids Club with Lego building challenge, disco/karaoke nights and lots more.


Kilkenny has some super attractions for all the family including the fabulous Castlecomer Discovery Park, home to Ireland’s longest zipline. 

Read: Top 10 things to do in Kilkenny with kids

Price of €235 is based on an overnight stay for a family of four ( children under 12), with breakfast and dinner in the Pure Bar. Two-night breaks are available from €470 and three night breaks from €705.

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6. Kilashee Hotel, Kildare: 2 Night Stays B&B from €440

family breaks for Easter at Killashee Hotel

The newly refurbished 4-star Kilashee Hotel is situated on a 55 acre estate with fairy forest trail, Butterfly Garden, and a playground with a zipline. The leisure centre boasts a 25 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room and jacuzzi, as well as a children’s pool.


The hotel also has a playroom filled with toys and board games, and a family movie night will show different classic children’s movie each night over the Easter break.

Price from €440 based on a family of four, which includes a two-night stay with breakfast.

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7. Further Space Glamping Pods Glenarm, Causeway Coast: 2 Nights from €476


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Luxury glamping company Further Space has fabulous glamping pods in the grounds of Glenarm Castle on the Causeway Coastal Route. If that isn’t enough to tempt you, they also have the advantage of having stunning sea views. 

As well as a wonderful location, you have the added benefits of the facilities on the Castle’s grounds, including a walled garden, Shop, and a choice of dining options. Children will enjoy the Mini Land Rover Experience and being able to toast marshmallows on your own camp fire.


Each pod can sleep up to four, and comes with a double bed, and bunkbeds for children (under 15). You will also find an ensuite with shower, mini kitchentte, electricity and USB charging points, and a private fire pit. Breakfast and camp fire packs can also be supplied – extra charge.

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8. Newgrange Hotel, Meath: 1-Night stay, B&B + Dinner from €259


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For families looking for a low cost night away with plenty of things to do nearby, this deal from the Newgrange Hotel should tick all boxes.

We took the kids to visit Newgrange last year would I can highly recommend it. A boat trip from Boyne Boats is another great day out, and let’s not forget Emerald Park – you may wish to stay longer!


Prices from €259.00 are based on a family of four for one night and include breakfast and dinner. Two-night stays are available from €445.

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9. Clayton Hotel & Leisure Club Sligo, Two-bedroom Family Room: 2 Nights from €464


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Set on beautiful grounds and within walking distance of Sligo Town centre, the 4-star Clayton Sligo ticks all boxes for a family holiday in Ireland. The leisure centre has a separate kids pool, and two bedroom family suites sleep two adults and three children. We enjoyed a family stay here last year and loved exploring Sligo’s coastline.

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10. Doolin Village Lodges, Clare: 2 Night stay from €438


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Located in Doolin Village, these three-bedroom lodges are ideal for families who want to explore Clare’s stunning coastline and top attractions. Lodges can sleep up to six but availability is limited. Alternative dates are available during Easter holidays.

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I hope this post on family breaks for Easter holidays will help you plan a family getaway. Prices and facilities are correct at the time of issue but are subject to change.

These family breaks in Ireland were researched independently. Some have links direct to the hotels websites, while others have my affiliate links attached to third party websites, where I receive a small commission if a booking is made, but at no additional cost to you.

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